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Born into a world of numbers, an oppressed zero discovers that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something.

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Christopher Kezelos (creator)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Nick McKay Nick McKay ... Narrator (voice) (as Nicholas McKay)
Reina McAndrew Reina McAndrew ... Additional Voices (voice)
Shelley Hepworth Shelley Hepworth ... Additional Voices (voice)
Anthony Clarke Anthony Clarke ... Additional Voices (voice)
Kyls Burtland Kyls Burtland ... Additional Voices (voice)
Keely O'Brien Keely O'Brien ... Additional Voices (voice)
Tully O'Brien Tully O'Brien ... Additional Voices (voice)
Lisa Hill Lisa Hill ... Additional Voices (voice)
Brendan O'Brien Brendan O'Brien ... Additional Voices (voice)
Christine Kezelos Christine Kezelos ... Additional Voices (voice)
Christopher Kezelos Christopher Kezelos ... Additional Voices (voice)
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In a world that judges people by their number, Zero faces constant prejudice and persecution. He walks a lonely path until a chance encounter changes his life forever: he meets a female zero. Together they prove that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something. Written by Christopher Kezelos

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How can nothing be something?


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 May 2011 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

AUD40,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Zero has won award 'Best Animation' from LA Shorts Fest. See more »

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[first lines]
Narrator: We're all born of the same matter. However, we're not all born equal.
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27 January 2017 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

only special. just special. impressive for idea, touching for story, great for final. and difficult for define. because all is well known and the film could be another manifesto for a noble cause. but it becomes, scene by scene, little more. the poetry, the voice , the references to situations from every day does it a good point of reflection. about small , poor people and realities. about love. about different and subtle form of revenge. nothing complicated. or new. an idea. work. puppets. and one of stories becoming great on the screen against the insignificant fact to be close near you in real life. so, few numbers. and Zero.


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